," said Betty, "but when I told him ours and he did not give his name in return, I thought perhaps he did not care to be known, and of course forbore to press him."
"How handsome he was," said Moppet; "did you see his hair? And how tightly it curled, wet as it was? And his eyes--surely you noted his eyes, Betty?"
"Yes," replied Betty, blushing with remembrance of the parting glance the hazel eyes had bestowed upon her; "he is a personable fellow enough."
"Far handsomer than Josiah Huntington," said Moppet mischievously, "or even Francis Plunkett."
"What does a little maid like you know of looks?" said Betty reprovingly, "and what would Aunt Euphemia say to such comments, I wonder?"
"You'll never tell tales of me," said Moppet, with the easy confidence of a spoiled child. "Do you think he was a soldier--perhaps an officer from Fort Trumbull, like the one Oliver brought home last April?"
"Very likely," said Betty. "Are you cold, Moppet? I am so afraid you may suffer; st
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